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Étampes, Theobald d' (c. 1060–c. 1125), teacher and theologian, took his name from Étampes in the Île-de-France, where he was born. He spent his youth at Caen, in the abbey of St Étienne, where he would have known Lanfranc (d. 1089)...

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Tournai, Simon de (c. 1130?–1201?), schoolman and theologian, undoubtedly took his name from Tournai in what is now Belgium. However, although Matthew Paris styles him 'a Frenchman by birth named Simon, taking his cognomen from Tournai' (Paris, Chron., 2.476), he was often considered by English scholars before the nineteenth century to have been a native of ...